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on the ellen showed moderate the baltimore "batman" made an appearance last night at the ravens came to protest bullying. but there are consequences. sheldon joins us live from camden yards for he also made an opening day appearance. >> there sure are consequences to behavior like this. mark harvey as it charges after that incident on opening day but he is since been banned from camden yards. all that and not stop him from making a comeback this weekend. this time, the part of the charges were more serious. for better or worse, mark harvey made in it for himself on opening day when he ran onto the field wearing nothing but as black cape and his underwear. he was arrested for this on field appearance but it did not stop him from maki a comeback. this time, it was that m &t bay stadium while the ravens played the patriots. >> it was almost half time he did it. i heard all this noise and a turnaround in the sky was running across the field. >> what was going on in the stands? >> it was more lasting than anything else. >> he wore "batman" underwear and a cake with ellen degenere'' face on it. -- an
to generous enabling the baltimore's batman streaker. -- ellen did generous enabling the baltimore batman streaker. he ran out on to the field with a cape, and shirts and no pants. he was at it again this weekend. took six security guards to taken down. but what seems to be the problem is alan support him because he's delivering a message against the bowling. >> i want to make it perfectly clear that the want to encourage people to break the law wearing a cape and underwear, but if you'd are going to come you don't want to wear last year's style. i'm sending you our brand-new ellen striped underwear. and matching cape. >> harvey was arrested on sunday, charged with disturbing the peace and trespassing. we asked you and facebook whether ellen should celebrate the anti-bleeding message even though he's breaking the law. we have gotten a lot of feedback already. one person says he could have stood outside the stadium and got his message across. another says i get the message, but the delivery is not right. another says the stand is not delivering a message. if you want to sound off, had to o
countdown right here on wbal. a baltimore county executive and the police chief are speaking out about their private-like situation sunday morning. he was blaming the theater owners for licensing the route to a third party and is threatening their liquor license. we've got the latest now from downtown towson. >> witnesses described as a chaotic scene. streets like allegheny street here were mobbed with people. pending the outcome of a police investigation, the county executive says it is possible the theater could go in front of the liquor board to face sanctions. this as area businesses are defending the theater. an active downtown towson towson tuesday afternoon just days after what some called a riot-like situation. this video shows people being chased by police dogs. according to police, around 12:30 on sunday morning, the theater which was hosting a private event reached capacity. when people were turned away, fights broke out and one person and that getting shot. five people have been arrested. police estimate more than 2500 people swelled outside the theater. >> there is nothing
in the baltimore metropolitan area. >> amtrak estimates the overhaul would cost about $9 billion a year over 10 years, including funding from the federal government. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. the acting police commissioner is taking an indefinite medical leave of absence as the city council signs off on the new police commissioner. he will take over on thursday. he is expected to return to work. fred bealefeld retired. >> new details surrounding a police-involved shooting. police found the description of the suspected robber. officers tried to question the man and there was a struggle. >> they got into a physical confrontation. a backup officer saw the struggle and withdrew his service weapon and fired a shot. >> the suspect is in serious but stable condition with a gunshot wound to the stock. -- to the stomach. police say joshua lopez became combative and reach for an officer's gun on sunday morning. a backup officer used pepper spray to subdue lopez but was forced to shoot him. >> should you pay for service when you do not receive it? the commission will consider changing the
more volume coming towards us in the out of the. baltimore national pipe. and i start on the west side. -- a nice start on the west side. that is the very latest. back to you. >> thank you very much. for many, commuting is a part of their morning routine but would you to wake up later and have a shorter commute? >> that lets it be possible for some amtrak travelers. -- that might be true for some amtrak traveler is directed officials are looking at where the high-speed trains would entice market leaders in close the gap between plane and train travel. amtrak is launching a high-speed trial in the northeast to expedite service. they said the goal is to raise speed from the current 130 m.p.h. to 220 over the next decade, cutting current travel times and a half. by cutting travel time, they think what people might choose trains over airline to avoid airport security and more commuters will say, not sitting in traffic. economists believe the product would entice more baltimore citizens to commit -- commute. >> we are the cheapest major city on the east coast. with markets like new york and
handlesman, wbal-tv 11 news. >> baltimore detectives are trying to solve a new pair of homicides. officers say 45-year-old anthony kaiser was sitting on the back steps of his house when there was a popping sound outside of his privacy gate. he was taken to johns hopkins with gunshot wounds but died soon after. then after 1:00 this morning, officers found another victim inside a dodge caravan. he was pronounced dead at the scene. we are learning more about the shooting in west baltimore we first brought you on monday. an officer was forced to shoot a robbery suspect after a violent confrontation. two officers were called to the 4200 block of potter street where they found a man who matched the description of a suspected robber. when officers tried to question the man, things spiraled out of control. >> the suspect engaged one of the officers. they got into a physical altercation. he pulled out a weapon. the backup officers saw the suspect withdraw a weapon. he withdrew his service revolver and fired one shot. >> the suspect was taken to the hospital with a bullet wound in his stomach. we're
in there with her. >> this is wbal-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. johns hopkins university is helping a program by awarding grant money to baltimore elementary schools. the national science foundation will award the funds over a five-year period and partnership with the schools. it will help 1300 students in grades three through five improve science and math education. here is sarah caldwell and traffic pulse 11. >> there is a busy ride out there. if you're traveling in the next few minutes, delays forming on southbound 795. they form from white marsh and continue down to the beltway. reid 7, philadelphia road and ridge road, watch for an accident in rosedale. 22 miles per hour on the west side outer loop. eastbound i-70 from 32 all way towards 29, expect delays. another one coming in on westbound 100 and oakwood road, creating a big backup approaching route 10. six miles per hour there. pretty heavy south of this exit. south of the beltway or these, these delays continue from white marsh down to the 895 split. tony, over to you. >> we are off to a nice start. pl
-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> we did into the 40's, but it will turn out to be a pleasant afternoon. sunshine during the day. clouds will thicken up late today and into tonight. scattered showers, a high near 78. it will clear up slowly at ♪ part of me that's you're never going to take away me ♪ ♪ this is a part of me ♪ that you're never going ever take away from me ♪ >> well, you might call her a one-woman costume party. her name is jessica mooney or dressy jesse. she likes to call herself, and she dresses up as a different character every different day of the week to fit in with her weekly themes. this has been going on for more than three years. she has more than 800 pictures, and we will talk to her tomorrow about her whimsical project. only on "today." wow. >> she's got a lot of time on her hands. >> goodness gracious. a great time for t.halloween. >> wow. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie alongside al roker and natalie morales. coming up, a new segment called joy's healthy bite. >> joy bauer will chew over the latest knew industries and health news from
for schools in the baltimore area... and across the state... according to the department of legislative services. and with independent audits required by law... question seven means millions for maryland schools. guaranteed. >>> take a look at these images of the northern lights as taken by valerie ponds. she left her shutter open for 20 seconds. she reports the only real issue was she had to bring her dog along to look out for bears. this has been a peak season for viewing the aurora borealis. >>> there's no way you would have noticed really is that the satellite that brings us has failed. it's called goes 13. it's designed to predict the weather over the atlantic. and while another satellite has moved in to take the shot and a european satellite can take -- the half billion dollar satellite just started to vibrate without explanation. >>> henry champ has died, he was a veteran foreign correspondent for this network. he covered everything in between. he was part of a class of canadian tv journalists. he once said of his native manitoba, 11 months of bad weather, one month of good skati
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